walled

Immure vs Walled - What's the difference?

immure | walled |


As verbs the difference between immure and walled

is that immure is to cloister, confine, imprison: to lock up behind walls while walled is (wall).

As a noun immure

is (obsolete) a wall; an enclosure.

As an adjective walled is

pertaining to a wall.

Wall vs Walled - What's the difference?

wall | walled |


As verbs the difference between wall and walled

is that wall is to enclose with a wall or wall can be to boil while walled is (wall).

As a noun wall

is a rampart of earth, stones etc built up for defensive purposes or wall can be (chiefly|dialectal) a spring of water or wall can be (nautical) a kind of knot often used at the end of a rope; a wall knot or wale.

As an adjective walled is

pertaining to a wall.

Walled vs Sikar - What's the difference?

walled | sikar |


As a adjective walled

is pertaining a wall.

As a verb walled

is (wall).

As a noun sikar is

(sik).

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